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Spike Lee: Best Seat in the House: A Basketball Memoir

Spike Lee: Best Seat in the House: A Basketball Memoir

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Spike Lee: Best Seat in the House: A Basketball Memoir

by Lee, Spike

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9780609600290
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More Than Words Inc. US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
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Title
Spike Lee: Best Seat in the House: A Basketball Memoir
Author
Lee, Spike
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
Binding
Hardcover
ISBN 10
060960029X
ISBN 13
9780609600290
Publisher
Crown
Place of Publication
New York
This edition first published
1997

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More Than Words empowers youth who are in foster care, court-involved, homeless or out of school to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business. MTW believes that when system-involved youth are challenged with authentic and increasing responsibilities in a business setting, and are given high expectations and a culture of support, they can and will address personal barriers to success, create concrete action plans for their lives, and become contributing members of society. More Than Words began as an online bookselling training program for youth in DCF custody in 2004 and opened its vibrant bookstore on Moody St in Waltham in 2005 and added its Starbucks coffee bar in 2008. MTW replicated its model in the South End of Boston in 2011, thereby doubling the number of youth served annually.

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